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On 29th June, Janet Renouf-Miller set off on a 68 day journey around Scotland on a Brompton folding bicycle. She will be knitting and crocheting what she see's along the way, how exciting!
We have 10 fun facts to share with you, how many did you already know? If you have any fun facts of your own, let us know!
Did you know that people have been making felted yarn balls for years as an eco-friendly alternative to dryer sheets and liquid fabric softener?
Angie has been a craft enthusiast for as long as she can remember; she enjoys making things and never stops producing, from knitting socks to felting a garment.
The months are getting warmer and Summer is upon us and you may be wondering whether it's a waste of time making wool clothing at this time of year, so the big question is 'How do we wear wool in Summer?'
How often do you have leftover yarn from your knitting sessions? Well here are a couple of ideas for you to put that leftover yarn to good use! We love the pom pom bookmarks and yarn stamps!
What gift would you give the Royals on the arrival of Princess Charlotte? The giving of gifts to celebrate the birth of a new baby is a tradition that spans the globe.
Carolyn is a felt artist living in rural Lancashire whose passion for wool began many years ago when she taught herself to hand knit.
Carla and her Mousehole Woolery are located in the heart of the Dorset countryside where she creates contemporary sustainable 3d needle felted wool sculptures inspired by the animals and landscape of the British countryside and coastline.
We start our 'Fibre Focus' series with the handsome Jacob breed, which has a long and interesting history, starting in biblical times!
HRH The Prince of Wales visited the Rheged Centre near Penrith, attending a reception of upland farmers, wool campaigners, chefs and children of farming families - all connected to the iconic Lakeland breed of sheep, The Herdwick.
We know we have many talented clothing and accessory designers amongst our customers, so we've done our research to bring you the latest colour report for the Spring season.
Although Caroline now lives in North Somerset, she used to live near World of Wool in Yorkshire and has been a customer for the last two years. “I loved visiting the factory shop and now I have relocated I am retaining that link with Yorkshire by using their amazing fibres to create my yarns.”
We just wanted to say a big thank you to all of you who took the time to place a comment on our Facebook feed, saying how much you loved World of Wool. We were overwhelmed!!
Want to know what colours are the height of fashion for the Winter 2014 / 2015 season, so you know what shade of fibre to add to your basket for your next project? We have scoured the runway to bring you this season's colour palette.
Brigitte lives in a colourful house in the Netherlands and has been captivated by the process of feltmaking for over eight years.
We are delighted that the Chinese Year of the Sheep commences on 19 February - though, of course, we may be slightly biased!
Bristol-based Toni has loved crafing since she was a small child, but only really had the time to commit to it after having her daughter, Martha in early 2012.
Gina, who comes from Swindon in Wiltshire, has been crazy about art all her life, and particularly drawn to painting. In 2011 she discovered needle felting and was immediately hooked. Discovering wool has opened up so many different avenues of discovery for her....
Denise is a great example of how our fibres traverse the world as she joins us from Sydney, Australia, after recently discovering our online shop!